Great book aimed at young curious readers on what Science is, the true nature of reality, and how we go about thinking scientifically and logically.
It covers lots of interesting examples from various fields of Science and I enjoyed the read despite already knowing the Science behind most of the material of the book. And I did learn some new things. The way Dawkins puts things is quite straightforward and approachable and conveys his fascination with understanding the world around us.
I feel that he missed a good chance in the chapter on probability and statistics and talking about how false information spreads and why people believe things that aren't true. These are paramount topics which are much more important than what is currently taught in schools, and nobody is doing this, but I feel that Dawkins did not take the time to explain these ideas clearly and simply enough that all readers would totally grasp them.
Overall, nice to see a good book instilling kids with a passion and understanding of science, and giving them the tools to think for themselves and help them avoid typical bias in thinking....Continua